Posted by Barrie on Sunday, 6 December 2009

Chad Ochocinco Changing His Name Again

Chad Ochocinco put in a big performance today as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Detroit Lions 23-13 to go 9-3, with a big lead at the top of the AFC North.

The wide receiver formerly known as Chad Johnson caught 9 passes for 137 yards and 1 touchdown. Expect him to thank his fans on his Twitter when he next logs in after making his breakfast with the help of fans at 7am Ohio time. Live on Ustream.tv, Ochocinco asked for help boiling eggs for breakfast, along with his oatmeal. The last time he done this was before a game against the Chicago Bears in week 7 where he caught a then-season high 10 catches for 118 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 45-10 victory.

This wasn't the only news Chad broke to his live viewers, as he revealed he is planning to change his name for the second time in his career. After a Japanese film crew turned up in Cincinnati a few weeks ago to record a piece on the Bengals, they made a suggestion to change his surname to “Hachi Go”; 85 in Japanese. Chad says he likes the idea and repeatedly said his future surname on air as he held up a custom made jersey with the name on.

Chad Javon Ochocinco changed his surname from Johnson on October 25th 2006 in honour of Hispanic Heritage Month and is one of the most charismatic players in NFL history. He has also been a leading receiver in the NFL for the past 8 years and is known for his antics on and off the football field. He celebrated his touchdown today with a snuggie. There is no one quite like Chad in the NFL; he is an honour to the league.

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3 Comments:

At 6 December 2009 at 22:36 , Anonymous Tom said...

lol i love chad

 
At 6 December 2009 at 23:27 , Anonymous Matt said...

Is this real????

 
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